– Artificial Intelligence News #9 –
There is a current wave of enthusiasm around Deep Learning, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI). It may be the end of a process that began in the 1980s, rather than the beginning of something truly revolutionary. The lack of a coherent, or precise, definition of AI brings us closer to the same idea we have seen with ‘fintech’ and ‘blockchain’. Then, those three concepts can mean almost anything, depending on the interpretation we give to each one.
If you haven’t searched for a job in recent years, things have changed significantly. And it will continue to evolve thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI). According to a Korn Ferry Global survey, 63% of respondents said AI had altered the way recruiting happens in their organization. Candidates have to get past human gatekeepers when they are searching for a new job. But, also, they also have to pass the screening of Artificial Intelligence that continues to become more sophisticated.
A Stanford University scientist coined the term Artificial Intelligence. Others, at the university, created some of the most significant applications of it. Then, one of the most important applications is such as the first autonomous vehicle. But, as Silicon Valley faces a reckoning over how technology is changing society, Stanford wants to be at the forefront of a different type of innovation, one that puts humans and ethics at the center of the booming field of AI.
In the report in China on the country’s “Two Sessions”, a new anchorwoman “Xin Xiaomeng” was seen. She is a virtual anchor created through the application of Artificial Intelligence technology. Furthermore, as the first Artificial Intelligence virtual female anchor in the world, with real anchor of Xinhua News Agency Qu Meng serving as her prototype. She was jointly created by China’s Xinhua News Agency and Sogou. “Her” partner, “Xin Xiaohao,” upgraded from “sitting upright” to “standing upright”, broadcast the content of LiangHui with gestures and other body language.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices in Shanghai and Hangzhou in China, R2.ai Inc. is growing rapidly. Then, we sat down with the company’s Founder and CEO to talk about AI that creates AI. Furthermore, we talk about how automation is going to affect jobs in the future. Originally, a chemist, Yiwen Huang, PhD, ended up working in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) 23 years ago. Also, it was while she was doing research using AI to identify molecular structures in chemicals.
– Artificial Intelligence Blogs & People –
Hugo is a Google Brain researcher and a Machine Learning professor. Then, his retweets help the followers to access the state-of-the-art research material. Also, his publications include topics like brain tumour segmentation with deep neural networks, Deep Learning with nanophotonic circuits among many other aspects.